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#1 philmycoke   User is offline

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Very new and need help. JAVA

Posted 04 January 2015 - 08:41 PM

Hi guys,

I am new to programming and I have chosen JAVA as the language to learn.

Now what I want to do is get my foot in the door and get some work experience.

When it is needed I will learn other skills too or further develop my JAVA skill and increase my income.

As I get industry experience I will know the next steps.

Please kindly answer the following questions.

1. is JAVA good enough to get me a junior role and well used to have career progress purely in JAVA?
2. 2. Linda and CBTnuggets and otherís do CBT or video based training any recommendations?
3. Samís learning from the source is good as I have used it for photo shop. Is Sam's a good learning source for beginners?
4. JAVA certification OR Oracle certified professional looks too hard and deep for me, is it worth doing over and above learning from few books and video based training?

Please kindly advise.

Ali

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Re: Very new and need help. JAVA

Posted 04 January 2015 - 09:40 PM

Moved to Corner Cubicle.

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I am new to programming and I have chosen JAVA as the language to learn.

Now what I want to do is get my foot in the door and get some work experience.

You're not there yet. Learn Java first and learn it well. This will take about 1-2 years depending on how much you code, your aptitude, if you are pushing yourself, etc.

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2. 2. Linda and CBTnuggets and otherís do CBT or video based training any recommendations?
3. Samís learning from the source is good as I have used it for photo shop. Is Sam's a good learning source for beginners?

There is a list of recommended books pinned at the top of the Java forum. I'd check those out.
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